R.M. Stineman, Director of Government and Institutional Support
Phone: 212-437-3923 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stine joined PCDC in 2017, bringing with him more than 25 years of experience in consulting and nonprofit management. As a consultant to HRSA and CDC, he conducted administrative audits of underperforming clinical programs and mentored them toward improvement — and continues as a proposal reviewer for both agencies. His consulting work for nonprofit organizations includes filling chief executive roles during critical transitions, program creation and improvement, grants and contracts acquisition, board development and governance, and strategic planning. Stine was Director of Planning for HIV care and prevention for two major US metropolitan areas — Kansas City and then Philadelphia — heading up rebuilding efforts for both. In the 1990s, he led a disability research and implementation organization affiliated with the University of Kansas and served on numerous boards and commissions, including the President’s Committee for Employment of People with Disabilities. He has presented more than 100 workshops, seminars, and training sessions at state, national, and international conferences for professionals in disabilities and special education, public health and HIV/AIDS, cultural humility, strategic planning, and grant writing/making. Stine holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Communications/Rhetorical Criticism from the University of Kansas.